OK, part 2: If I set a variable [LFMBROWSER] for a browser, then my shortcut will have %LFMBROWSER% for the Target. Is there a way to set a variable that would then set the "Start In" path to match that of %LFMBROWSER% -- so that if the latter changes, the former will as well to match it?
Also, the icon for a shortcut for LFMBROWSER seems to most times set automatically to match the value (program) set by LFMBROWSER.
But then sometimes I open the folder containing that shortcut, and the icon has changed to just a, for lack of a better word, blank sheet of paper. It doesn't seem to be exactly what sometimes shows up in Windows when there is some icon issue.
Is there a way to "guarantee" that the icon will match the browser set by the variable LFMBROWSER? If I go to "fix" one that is wrong, it immediately goes to the browser that is dictated by the variable. So why doesn't the icon stay selected? Would I need to set two separate variables - one for the browser, one for the folder - for each change in browser?
I remember in the DOS days [yea, I'm that old] that 4dos.com was part of config.sys and became the active shell. That way variables, definitions, aliases etc. could be implemented in the autoexec file.
How do I accomplish the same result in Windows (7)? Would I have to set the vars each time I execute the btm file? If my shortcut is to set the browser variable to Chrome for instance, and it does so by executing a btm file with the command-line in it of
What do I do, prefix the command with "tcc" in order for it to execute in tcmd / tcc? Would that then set all the tcmd variables and settings for the btm file to be able to use?